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The UN, middle east policy and the danger to the Jews in Israel

“2 And I will make you a great nation, And I will bless you, And make your name great; And so you shall be a blessing; 3 And I will bless those who bless you, And the one who curses you I will curse. 876 more words

The strawman and you, politics, the UN, NGOs and the consent of the governed

This video is vital viewing for all. You need to know the cage you’ve been put in, and this video, even though it is long, is required viewing to be able to understand how the laws of man have been used to confine and enslave us. 559 more words

The Love Principle. The Force Of Mind. The Energy Of Prana

It will be apparent to you consequently that it is only at this time that we can begin to look for a wider and more general expression in the world today of the processes of telepathy, for only today is the love principle really beginning to affect the world on a large scale. 347 more words

The Change

Venus and Jupiter in one's chart

With Venus and Jupiter brilliant in the sky together, here are some thoughts on them in one’s chart using esoteric astrology principles. Both planets can represent the high vibration of causal wisdom (Soul and triadal understanding) as well as alignment with the most expanded and sublime aspects of pure Being (Venus and Jupiter respectively). 1,150 more words


Humanity: the planetary throat center - part 3

from Discipleship in the New Age volume 2 and Master DK:

Humanity can now intelligently work with the presented Plan, and this for the first time in human history. 3,100 more words


Don’t Miss This: Who’s Alice Bailey?!

Just who is the mysterious Alice A. Bailey and why is she important? What does she have to do with the New World Order, the UN, and the One World Religion?



Theosophical Society of Tulsa Inaugural Meeting

Left to Right- Wilfred Berlin, Olivia D’Rozario, Gloria Busch, Suzanne Kacmarcik, Michelle Johnson, Ann Parker, Margitta Grona, Beth Mathers, and Kent Martin

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